13-Feb-2013 - OXEA Services GmbH

Oxea announces price increases for solvents

Oxea will increase off-list prices on the following products effective March 1, 2013, or as contracts allow:

 

USA, Canada, and Mexico

 

March 1, 2013

Increase

List Price

(Zone 1)

  Product

US$/lb

US$/lb

  i/n Butanol

$0.05

$1.78

  i/n Butyl Acetate

$0.05

$1.51

  n Butyraldehyde

$0.05

$1.79

  n Propanol

$0.05

$1.45

  n Propyl Acetate

$0.05

$1.43

 

South & Central America, Asia, Africa, and Middle East

 

March 1, 2013

Increase

  Product

US$/mt

  i/n Butanol

$110

  i/n Butyl Acetate

$110

  n Propanol

$110

  n Propyl Acetate

$110

 

Oxea will continue a 100% sales control on all Intermediate products.  The sales control will be based on the average monthly consumption over the last 6 months or as allowed by contract.

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  • price increases
  • propyl acetate
  • butyl acetate
  • Butyraldehyde
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